Estelle Webb

Born on April 26, 1920

Departed on May 18, 2019

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Estelle Wheeler Webb born April 26th, 1920, passed away Saturday, May 18th, 2019, peacefully in her sleep. Preceded in death by husband; John Ray Webb, Parents, Elisha D., and Ollie B. Howell Wheeler,
Five brothers and Four sisters. In Lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Dickerson Road Baptist Church. Visitation Wednesday, May 22nd, from 2:00 - 8:00 PM. Thursday, May 23rd, from 10:00 AM. service at 12:00 in the Chapel of Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, White House. Interment to follow at Forrest Lawn Memorial Gardens in Goodlettsville, TN.

4 Comments to Estelle Webb

  1. Nancy and Charles Holland
    May 20, 2019 1:29 pm

    It was truly a blessing to know Ms. Estelle…she was a gentle and sweet christian lady.
    Loved her church and church family.

  2. Susie Sholar/NHC
    May 20, 2019 2:07 pm

    Ms. Estelle and I have the same birthday. I spoke with her on April 26th to wish her a Happy Birthday. I told her it was my birthday too and she said she was so glad. I will remember her every year from now on every April 26th. I know she is where she wants to be with Jesus Christ.

  3. Gayle Spalding McWhirter and Ricky McWhirter
    May 20, 2019 2:47 pm

    I grew to loved my Uncle John and Aunt Estelle so much when I lived in the house in their back yard. I was 19 or 20 and they looked after me as if I was their own. I knew they would have made wonderful parents, except that Uncle John would have driven them crazy. I even loved his quirky ways. The last time I went to see Aunt Estelle she did not know who I was. However if anyone would be living to 99, it would be Aunt Estelle. Sweet, loving, precious Aunt Estelle. Heaven has gained a wonderful lady…

    Gayle Spalding McWhirter and Ricky McWhirter

    May 20, 2019 9:41 pm

    I did NOT like Aunt Estelle when she married my Uncle John for he was MY boyfriend when I was little. But I soon learned to love her, too. They lived in a trailer in the yard next to our house for a while in the 1940s just before they bought their house on Donald Street. Beginning in the 1950s, my folks, my in-laws and Uncle John and Aunt Estelle played cards together, sometimes 6 days a week (not on Sundays) for years, so we all had a lot of fun. Finally together again, the six of them may be enjoying a game of Tonk in Heaven now.

    Barbara Webb Earl

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